Episode 65 of What’s on Joe Mind featuring IDW artist SL Gallant is online!

It’s running a few weeks late due to those pesky real life issues, but Gary was able to muddle through events of his high-paying IT career over the past few weeks and dedicate his valuable time to editing the latest episode of What’s on Joe Mind, and it is now online in it’s month-late glory!

Rejoice to the latest news from July…look forward (back?) to Canadian JoeCon, and celebrate a raucous Arbor Day with IDW G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero artist SL Gallant!  As always, you can listen to the latest episode on Podbean.com, or hit up the embedded players below.  Show notes are posted after the jump.

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Yes, it is a month in the waiting…and its a little behind in news, but the latest episode of WOJM is here!  No worries, full disclosure will be provided on the mini break.  We hope you understand.  BUT FIRST, onto the episode featuring the man that brings Larry Hama’s script to life in the IDW GI Joe A Real American Hero comic, SL Gallant.  Find out more about this very talented artist and DON’T miss his imitation of Larry giving him a call to wish him a most happy Arbor Day.  From the mailbag we answer 3 letters, from 3 continents.  In the news we preview the then upcoming Canadian JoeCon, discuss ROUND 2 – FIGHT of GeneralsJoes.com {cha-ching!} JoeCon Concept Case Survey and we reach back into the 70′s to revive The Match Game to have a little fun with Justin and his excitement over Renegades coming out on Blu Ray. As a side note: the WOJM Fantasy Football League is full, again sorry about the extreme lateness.  So there ya have it folks, an interview, some old news, but hopefully a lot of fun in this episode of WOJM!!

Shannon “SL” Gallant

Canadian JoeCon

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  • Scramble

    Justin, this is the episode you couldn’t have been righter. First of all, Skymate is an awesome figure, with the molded arrows, the bow that hooks to his harness for storage and easy access when gliding, the molded knife on his arm. Amazing figure. Second of all, you were the only one in the game show who composed a proper sentence. “…his pants went pitched a tent” is not grammatically correct. “…his pants went triangle-shaped” is. And I don’t even know where to start with the monstrosity Chuck came up with.

    Just keep being right, Justin. Just keep being right.

  • http://twitter.com/GeneralsJoes GeneralsJoes.com

    I love you, Ryan.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1363281337 Gary Godsoe

    I don’t think Chuck has ever seen The Match Game… Then again, those old coots on The Match Game came up with some wacky answers that didn’t need to make sense – common wise or grammatically, because they were typically funny. Chuck’s lacked both sadly… Richard Dawson would be ashamed again.

  • Mike

    Chuck’s horrific lack of coherence aside, Justin could have actually been right by GIVING AN ANSWER THAT MADE SENSE HIMSELF.
    Triangle-shaped pants, indeed.